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  • How To Play The Najdorf Against The Adams Attack

    In Playing Against The Najdorf: The Adams Attack, we saw how an obscure small move (6.h3) was developed as an answer to another small move (5...a6 -- the Najdorf), which had, paradoxically, become the most popular opening in chess. The so-called... | Read More

  • Mastering Squares, Part 6

    In our study of squares we’ve looked mainly at amateur games and how a “tiny” thing like a square is often ignored, while tactics, threats and attacks are always part of the amateur’s mind. This brings up an interesting q... | Read More

  • 6 Reasons You Can't Miss Titled Tuesday Today

    The sixth Titled Tuesday tournament in Chess.com history is set to kick off today at 2 p.m. EST (11 a.m. PST, 7 p.m. GMT), and it will feature one of the strongest fields ever. With a prize pool that has ballooned to $2,500 (up from the normal $... | Read More

  • The Touch Move Rule

    The touch move rule is the most basic rule of tournament chess.  Even people who don't play chess at all know that when a chess player intentionally touches one of his pieces, he must make a move with this piece (of course if such a legal mov... | Read More

  • Magnus Carlsen's Best Positional Wins

    At the recently concluded Grenke Chess Classic in Baden-Baden, Magnus Carlsen defeated German grandmaster Arkady Naiditsch in a scintillating blitz playoff for first place. It was the latest success in a dazzling career, an encore to his resoundin... | Read More

    • Blistering Bullet Beat Down

      An innovative defense against the Stonewall Attack proves to be, well, not quite effective. Maybe that Knight belongs on f6 after all. In the end, it was White's own Nf6+! that clobbered Black. | Read More

    • Black Repertoire In Bullet Chess

      Hi dear chess friend, please allow me to introduce repertoire in bullet chess. In bullet chess we are randomly paired to an opponent and are designated to white or black side. This repertoire is meant to be used on the black side. When the game a... | Read More

      • zackbany
      • | Feb 24, 2015
    • 2 new random games!

      These are 2 games that I played recently on Live Chess: This was with a 2/1 time control, so it was with my bullet rating. The next game is with my standard rating, so it's a bit higher. | Read More

    • A message to all low rated and poor chess players.

      When I started chess.com I was not a very good player. In my live games I did very poorly losing like 600 points in standard, bullet, and blitz. But I wanted a good rating on my standard rating. On one day I got online and I was DETERMINED to get ... | Read More


      How often do you see a master cheat? Have you ever witnessed a player being banned right in front of your eyes?   I was just watching a live chess game and I witnessed something pecuilar on chess.com; AN FM WAS BANNED (cause: cheating) I think... | Read More

      • jakesabeast
      • | Feb 18, 2015

Video Lessons

  • Biyiasas, Peter

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    Peter Biyiasas, born Nov 19, 1950 in Greece, is a Canadian Grandmaster (1978) who later moved to the United States.  He has won the Canadian championship twice (1972, 1975).  In 1978 he won the World Open.  In 1981 Bobby Fischer sta... Read More »

  • Ilyin-Genevsky, Alexander

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    Alexander Ilyin-Genevsky (1894-1941) was the Russian master who had to learn the game twice.  He was gassed, then shell-shocked in World War I, which took away his memory.  Irving Chernev wrote that a bullet entered Ilyin-Genevsky&r... Read More »